After two years and two months, Anthony “Modo” Kimani’s time as Bandari FC head coach has come to an end following a series of bad results which culminated in their 3-0 defeat to AFC Leopards.
The club was hoping to bag the 2022-23 FKF-PL trophy this season, but the hopes diminished due to a lot of inconsistencies from the team.
In a club statement, Bandari Chief Executive Officer Edward Oduor confirmed that the axe had fallen on the former Kenyan international with the club’s technical director, Twahir Muhiddin, taking charge in the remaining matches in the current campaign.
“Bandari FC wishes to announce that we have parted ways with our Head Coach, Anthony Kimani, on mutual consent. The Board of Trustees arrived at this decision after thorough deliberations.
We would like to sincerely thank Anthony Kimani for his service and dedication to the club during his tenure as our Head Coach. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.
Meanwhile, the club’s Technical Director Sheikh Twahir Muhiddin will take charge for the remainder of the season.” Read part of the club’s statement.
Kimani arrived at the club as an assistant to the former head coach Cassa Mbungo in February 2021, before assuming the managerial seat after the Rwandanese tactician was fired.